The Holographic Universe Explained

The Holographic Universe Explained

We live in a universe with 3 dimensions of
space and one of time. Up, down, left, right, forward, back, past,
future. 3+1 dimensions. Or so our primitive Pleistocene-evolved brains
find it useful to believe. And we cling to this intuition, even as physics
shows us that this view of reality may be only a very narrow perception. One of the most startling possibilities is
that our 3+1 dimensional universe may better described as resulting from a spacetime one
dimension lower – like a hologram projected from a surface infinitely far away. The holographic principle emerged from many
subtle clues – clues discovered over decades of theoretical exploration of the universe. Over the past several months on Space Time,
we’ve seen those close clues, and we’ve built a the foundations needed to glimpse
the true meaning of the holographic principle. We’ve moved from quantum field theory to
black hole thermodynamics to string theory. We’ve made a background playlist if you
want to start from scratch, and I especially recommend catching last week’s episode. But this is tough material, so let’s do
a review. The story started with black holes, and with
Jacob Bekenstein, who derived an equation to describe their entropy. A black hole’s entropy represents the amount
of quantum information of everything that ever fell into it. This Bekenstein bound represents maximum possible
entropy-slash-information of any volume of space. Oddly, that maximum in is proportional to
the surface area of that space, not its volume. That was surprising – surely the information
in a volume of space depends on the volume – like, 1 bit per infinitesimal voxel – not
one bit per pixel on its surface. Steven Hawking confirmed the Bekenstein bound
by calculating the amount of information leaked by a black hole as it evaporated in Hawking
radiation. His discovery of Hawking radiation led to
the black hole information paradox, because this radiation was expected to erase the quantum
information of everything that fell into the black hole. But destroying quantum information would break
the foundations of quantum mechanics. Hence the paradox. This conundrum inspired Gerard t’ Hooft
to show that the information of all material that fell into the black hole could be imprinted
on that outgoing Hawking radiation. And while it’s waiting to be radiated, that
information should be encoded on the event horizon. Nice solution, but new paradox. Things that fall into a black hole do actually
experience crossing the event horizon and being inside the black hole. So the interior of the black hole has a dual
existence. From the point of view of outside observers,
its contents is smeared into 2-D on the surface, but from the PoV of anyone falling in they
are definitely inside the black hole, plummeting to their doom in full 3-D glory. This is the first glimpse of a holographic
spacetime: a 2-D surface that encodes the properties of the 3-D interior. ‘t Hooft along with Leonard Susskind extrapolated
this to proposed that not only is any surface sufficient to fully describe the locations
of all particles in its volume, but also the full machinery of the volume can exist on
its surface – all degrees of freedom needed to describe the behavior of everything within. But it’s one thing for this stuff to FIT
on the surface – but how is it actually encoded? How does the 2-D surface store information
about that extra dimension? And how do interactions on that surface correspond
to interactions in the volume? Leonard Susskind laid out the first steps
towards how this could be achieved using string theory, but ultimately it was Juan Maldacena
who figured out a concrete string theoretic realization of the holographic principle with
AdS/CFT correspondence. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s ignore string theory for the moment
and just think about how to create an extra dimension. Let’s say we start with a plane – a flat,
2-D spacetime. Now grid it up into a lattice of cells and
make a set of rules about how those cells interact with each other. Those rules are a field theory, the lattice
itself is the field, and the cells are some elementary component of the field. But perhaps not the smallest possible component. For now let’s just say the size of those
cells depends on how we’re looking at the grid. For example, the resolution of our microscope
or the power of our particle collider. Probably the rules between cells – the field
theory – depends on this scale. Focus on a very small scale and we see a very
fine grid that interacts according to one set of rules, zoom out and we see a courser
grid – with cells that are the average of smaller cells, and which presumably interact
via different rules. Or so you’d think, but we’re going to
add something weird. We’re going to say our field theory is scale-invariant. We’ll say the rules are the same for the
small pixels or big pixels. We see scale invariance in fractal patterns,
where the rules defining the structures repeat to infinitely large or small scales. We also see it in string theory, which I’ll
come back to. A field theory with this property is called
a conformal field theory. In the last episode I said that a conformal
transformation is one that leaves all internal angles unchanged. A conformal field theory has this property. For example, you can change the scale at every
point on the grid separately and not change the internal angles or the shapes of the pixels,
which corresponds to not changing the rules of interaction. By making this a conformal field theory we’ve
added a symmetry –invariance under local changes in scale – also known as Weyl invariance. This adds a degree of freedom everywhere – like
a new infinite number line at each of the 2-D grid points. Objects on the 2-D grid also have values on
that number line – they exist at a certain scale. If objects at different scales don’t tend
to interact with each other then this new degree of freedom behaves just like another
dimension. Our 2-D grid behaves like a 3-D volume, and
we can treat it like one – mathematically. You might say it’s not a real 3-D volume
because the 3rd dimension is fake. But is it? What is a dimension but a number-line of possible
values which a) exists alongside the other dimensions but is independent of them; b)
over which the rules of physics stay the same, and c) imposes some kind of locality – for
example, elements of that number line need to be next to each other to interact. Crudely, this is how an extra dimension can
be coded in a holographic universe. But for the details we need string theory. Even from the beginning string theory had
hints of this scale invariance and dimensional weirdness. The first iteration of the theory, around
1970, tried to model the strong force between pairs of quarks – mesons – as this strand
of gluons that behaves like a vibrating string. A nice feature is that the changing the length
of the strand – which defines the energy in the bond – doesn’t change the basic
physics. That means you can pretend string length-slash-energy
is a separate dimension as a calculation trick. The weird thing is that when you write the
quantum wave equation for the gluon strand with length expressed as a separate dimension
you get the wave equation for a graviton – the quantum particle of gravity. Which is ridiculous given the puny energy
scale of a meson – gravitons shouldn’t exist there. This and other glitches led to string theory
being abandoned as a model for the strong force. But it was quickly rejigged to make it a theory
of quantum gravity, and the scale invariance of the strings becoming a central feature
of string theory. Fast forward a couple of decades to the 90s. We now have a several versions string theory
that try to explain how vibrating strings can lead to the familiar particles of this
universe. These were tentatively united by Ed Witten’s
M-theory, which showed that different types of string and string theories were all related
by dualities. A duality is when two seemingly different
theories prove to represent the same underlying physical reality. These arose from the way string size and energy
scales could be rescaled. But the strangest string duality was still
to come with AdS/CFT correspondence, proposed by Argentinean physicist Juan Maldecena in
1997. Strange because it provided the first concrete
description of a holographic universe. Maldecena imagined a set of string theory
objects called branes. These are like multidimensional strings that
can serve as start and end points for strings, but also as spaces embedded within higher-dimensions. Maldacena considered geometrically flat 3-D
branes. These branes are extremely close together
– basically overlapping. The strings connected to these branes are
scale invariant, so their length and energy can vary without changing the physics. Under certain assumptions he found that the
resulting braney structure looked just like a Minkowski spacetime of 3+1 dimensions on
which their lived a field theory that arose from interactions between branes. In itself that field theory wasn’t stringy–
rather it was a quantum field theory like the ones that gives us our standard model
of particle physics – a Yang-Mills theory, but with supersymmetry added in. It was also a conformal field theory – a
CFT – so it was invariant to the scaling of grid sizes. This quality fcame from the energy-scale-invariance
of the strings embedded in the construction of this space. In good string-theorist style, Maldacena defined
incorporated that scale factor into be a new spatial dimension. The 3-D space became a 4-D space. While the original space was flat, the new
space had negative curvature – it was a hyperbolic, anti-de Sitter or AdS space. The conformal field theory in the original
space included no gravity, but in the higher-dimensional space it became a full quantum theory of gravity. This is AdS/CFT duality. As with the other dualities in string theory,
this one was extremely useful for calculations. When interactions in the lower dimensional
field theory are extremely strong – we would say the fields are strongly coupled – then
the corresponding higher-dimensional gravitational structures in the higher dimensional space
would be weak and solvable. Conversely, strong gravitational fields in
the higher dimensional space – like in black holes – look like a solvable configuration
of particles in the low-D space. Among other things, this provided a new resolution
to the black hole information paradox: the information lost in a black hole persists
perfectly comfortably in the lower-dimensional space. The techniques of AdS/CFT correspondence are
even extended to disparate fields like nuclear and condensed matter physics. But the more startling implication of AdS/CFT
is that it’s the first concrete realization of a holographic universe. The lower dimensional CFT space is the surface
of the AdS space because the field theory exists where the new dimension becomes infinite. That’s tough to imagine – so let’s go
back to our depiction of an infinite hyperbolic space from the last episode. Represent a 2-D hyperbolic space as a compactified
map and it has an edge – at least a mathematical one. Anyone inside the hyperbolic space still has
to travel infinitely far to get to that edge. Now stack many maps to represent slices in
time. The resulting column has a geometrically flat
and finite surface that is a spacetime all on its own. The rules of interactions between cells on
the surface is a quantum field theory. But those rules translate to interactions
in the volume – in the bulk – and there they are a theory of gravity. AdS/CFT is a hint that we may live in a holographic
universe. It doesn’t represent THIS universe, because
our universe doesn’t appear to be negatively curved AdS space, nor does it have 4 spatial
dimensions as in Maldecena’s calculation. But there are efforts to generalize this to
a universe more like our own. The question we now wrestle with is this:
a series of mathematical clues indicate that our universe may be holographic – or at
least have a dual representation in a lower dimension. Can these just be crazy mathematical coincidences? Maybe, but perhaps our familiar 3+1 universe
has an alternative – perhaps a more true representation out there. An abstract mathematical surface infinitely
far from our location and from our intuition, projecting inwards our familiar holographic
spacetime. Before we jump into comments, we wanted to
let everyone know there’s new merch in the merch store. Including the return of our Game of Thrones
inspired shirt the heat death of the universe is coming. It’s a great way to support us as is joining
us on Patreon. Links in the description. Last week was the warm-up to today’s episode,
in which we looked out how an infinite spacetime can have a finite boundary. First up: no, no psychadelics were involved
in making that episode. The universe is just that weird. A few of you asked whether our percieved universe
is just the surface of a higher dimensional space. So that’s actually the opposite of the proposition
behind the holographic principle, which suggests that our percieved universe is the volume,
but it can be encoded on its lower dimensional surface. In AdS/CFT correspondence, the volume exhibits
gravity via a type of string theory, while the surface exhibits no gravity – only a quantum
field theory similar to the field theory behind the standard model. Part of the confusion comes from the fact
that Maldacena’s derivation is for a volume with 4 spatial dimensions, which would have
a 3-D surface. So that obviously doesn’t directly correspond
to our universe. But there’s work to generalize it to our case
of a 3-D volume with a 2-D surface. Related to that, Musical Ways asks whether,
according to Ads/CFT correspondence, can we say there would be no gravity on the surface
of the (2+1)Minkowski spacetime. So first – the “surface” in current AdS/CFT
spacetime is 3+1. 3 spatial, one temporal dimensions. That surface contains only a conformal field
theory and no gravity. The strange miracle of AdS/CFT is that gravity
arises naturally when you add an extra spatial dimension, which ends up looking like the
volume contained by the “3-D” surface. KI9 asks whether the things we learn from
AdS/CFT are applicable to the universe we live in given that our universe doesn’t have
negative curvature. Well we don’t know for sure that it doesn’t
have negative curvature – just that any curvature – negative or positive – is very weak compared
to our current ability to measure it. Measurements of the geometry of the universe
indicate flatness, but we may never know whether it’s truly flat, or just flat as far as we
can see. Several people were offended that I dissed
Chronicals of Riddick. I want to go on record as saying Pitch Black
was an artistic masterpiece. Realmaml summarizes my position well: Chronicals
is the third best Riddick movie but it is still better than any Marvel movie. And I’m sure saying this will cause no further
comments. Cuallito notes that it’s looking more and
more like Roger Penrose might literally be a timelord. In a separate comment Midplanewanderer states
that Sir Roger Penrose is an unsung wizard. So apparently we can’t agree on what genre
Roger Penrose belongs to. Personally, I’d always thought of him as a
Jedi master – especially with all that dubious quantum consciousness stuff. Midichlorians, microtubuals, potato potahto. Anyway, perhaps we need to accept that Penrose
is beyond genre – like if Gandalf had a TARDIS and a lightsaber. By the way, if anyone feels like drawing Roger
Penrose as dressed as Gandalf with a lightsaber and a TARDIS, you would win the internet.

100 thoughts to “The Holographic Universe Explained”

  1. Causality starts from an event, in the spacetime interval sense. It radiates outward at the speed of light. But along with causality, an update to spacetime geometry also radiates out.

  2. I'm glad you can explain. Let me make it simple. if you have or notice lots of binary codes travelling through space? it does not mean we are in virtual reality.
    it means all the bubble universes and ours? actually have lifeforms and communicating and all the data passes through all the multiple realities as 0& 1 are one of the few universal codes every life form can communicate with .imagging you put a different form of liquid in the ocean . in the end the base element is HO2 if you break it down. ok Albert Enstine? all universe is side by side exist with an inch of one another.

  3. To say this is tough stuff is an understatement. Here is my advice:
    1. Watch this thing on repeat until it clicks. or…
    2. Put the playback speed at .75 or even .5

  4. I really like that the 'information' in the pixels was actual sequences from John Conway's game of Life.

    –Dave, who spent WAY too much time as a youth plotting such sequences out on graph paper, 15-20 years BEFORE the worldwide web

  5. If I understand correctly, this third diemention does not obey the third property "locality", scale can change from any value to any other value and it appear as if the object is traveling throug that dimention with no limitation.

  6. The projection is not from infinitely afar but rather from extremely close. The information that comprises all particles is a projection into the sub-atomic scale from structures that exist at the Planck scale. (CH-29)

  7. Chaos has its say In physics and the human condition. I think that's a clue that something calculated their own entertainment level or a learning program. I know there is less to learn from things running smoothly.

  8. I can't believe how complex this reality is yet how evil and lonely it is. Purposely, a controlled, capricious, on purpose harassing, evil dumb existence.

  9. The more I learn about modern cosmology the more I doubt if any of this models will ever be confirmed or falsificated. As stunning those thoughts are, I'm asking myself, if they are relevant to get more knowledge about the real spacetime.

  10. Could a black hole in our universe not be incoded with our same physics ?

    Would it not be possible for a black hole to pull all light and gravity into its horizon, just to compute a hologram out the otherside, hence, a multiverse in some regard

  11. Zoom in close enough and even a speck of dust can appear thick/wide to have 3 dimensions while to the naked eye, it looks like it appears as a point particle in 1D

  12. I know I am too dumb to comprehend what he is saying. I watched the whole lecture by Susskind on this theme, and I felt I was even dumber. but I have to point out that analogies, or metaphors, whatever you wanna call them, used in explaining these types of subjects are often complicated themselves. I think all of this could be explained in a simpler way. I don't think that we are all morons.

  13. How do we know that our universe is not an AdS space ? I'm thinking about redshift here. Looks like an AdS space. Or am I understanding something incorrectly ?

  14. I like Chronicles of Riddick better than any Avengers film; but the MCU has put out one movie that I think is actually great, Captain America.

    I'd like to say Amazing Spider-Man, but that film isn't part of the MCU, unless I'm mistaken.

    Also, I thought that Thor Dark World was good largely because it ignored the Avengers plot and told its own story.

  15. Most frightening thought is in leaving in " a simulation"

    It's frightening because it's appears logically most realistic explanation of mysterious universe. ( You can justify theory of infinite universe with theory of simulated universe )

    A highly complex and efficient VR game in auto mode.

    Can anyone please explain that we're not in simulated universe ?( in simple language since I'm student of literature not science)

  16. Holofractal unified theory. We are all a part of one Enormous (literally all things in existence) organism. We are divided up by mathematical dimensions, our universe is one side of "god's shape".

  17. took me until 12'28 to stop the video, quit pretending and finally accept my brain had not grasped a single thing so far

  18. Spirituality has been discussing these ideas for thousands of years…They call it having an eternal spirit. It makes me think, If we are the projection, and our hardcopy producing the projection is located outside time and space, this theory could help explain life after death….Crazy!!!

  19. cool, but one thing confuses me. If the entropy of a black hole is described by the surface area of the event horizon, how can the volume not also represent the entropy? a black hole is a sphere, so the volume and surface area are inherently linked. you can't increase or decrease the surface area of a sphere without also increasing or decreasing it's volume.

    I'm not trying to disprove anything, I'm just trying to figure out what I'm missing.

  20. There is nothing "dubious" about orchOR. It's an attempt to quantify how why and where consciousness exists. If you believe it to be an emergent property of "switches" then you fall into the singularity camp…and then your bias is painfully clear…can you confirm or deny this bias? If so there is no rational debate to be had. If you are actually objective, then please offer your objective explanation of consciousness

  21. The music: while it matches the profound and scary implications of the physics, this was maybe the most important episode for music not to be distracting yet was the most distracting I've heard in any episode.

  22. I’m not trying to be an angry commenter or anything, I am just genuinely curious if you do actually believe that Chronicles of Riddick is better than any marvel movie. If so, is there any particular reason you dislike them?

  23. sad, really sad. one day we will try to understand how we were happy by throwing a rock at each other, and try to go back cause there won't be anything out there in our senses. no hope

  24. These videos are very cool, well crafted and detailed. It's a pity to read the comment sections and just find a list of the usual, dumb-but-believed-to-be-smart comments by silly people.

  25. What if the holographic projection was just a reflection of the real 3d space being shown in a 2d plane? Like a mirror or water reflecting a ghost image. This makes it nonconsequential as it has no effect on the real 3d space. 3d space is independent of 2d space while 2d space is dependent on 3d space. Just like x-value is a independent variable and y-value is dependent on x for its own value. We dictate how we are and that dictates what the reflection shows not the other way around. Fact: Higher dimensions control lower dimensions. Our 3d space is governed by time, with time being governed by a 5th dimensional variable. Find these hidden variables! More work needs to be done in higher dimensions that time so we can fully understand our reality.

  26. time*/ The return of the messiah “is a beautiful woman “the messiah returned as the Queens counsellor/ invisible to all harm. To open the gates of EDEN & paradise. 20/20 the decade of the women president 😇👽

  27. I never went to college, but understood some of this and jumped to a couple of his same conclusions. I now firmly believe I failed myself. 🙁

  28. His monotone voice made me space out, what if a black hole fast forwards evolution and that's why things disappear as they fall in… almost like a teleportation device, we evolve then we die, then we sustain life, in another form, so the black hole would allow us to fast forward our current state into our next state

  29. In 14:00 through 14:30, our host basically admits this does not meet Popper's Fallibility Principal, which has for a long time defined what science is and has also been used in an effort to discredit religion. It is time we admit that science is no longer science but a religion where the gods are higher math equations. I am not a hater of science, but atheists can no longer use science to attack religion.

  30. When I was a boy I used to love reading about quantum theory.
    I used to think, and still think that black holes puncture space as
    space is paper thin, yet infinite in every direction.

  31. It kinda makes sense that all the information inside a black hole would appear to be encoded on its surface since, from the frame of any observer outside the black hole, nothing ever crosses the event horizon

  32. “Our Universe may be holographic…or at least have a dual representation.” This sounds like Plato’s Ream of Ideal Forms!

  33. Aha. I got it! To create a 3d+1 universe full of sheer bananas you slap overlspping 2d drawings of small and big bananas on a side of cylinder. Then you setup a projector to project the drawings in the inside of the cylinder. Then you create monkey brains that can be tricked into perceiving overlapping shades of small and big bananas as different 3d figures. You're done. Oh.. and in the meantime bananas start to fall down because of the glitch in this word called gravity.

    However, this ads CFT thingy may describe some other universe not ours.

  34. Intentionally insulting other people's happiness is just a dick move. Like what you like, but your taste is equal to all others; even those you hate.

  35. You know, occasionally I get it through my inch-thick skull that I know lots of things. PBS Space Time has proven to be an undeniable ego check.

  36. Perception in utterance is the foundation of every language in expression and relationship between everything that which is!
    – the homeless in Babylon.
    HE'S US! In the mirror.
    Flesh and blood is but the carbon copy of perception in expression, itself!

  37. I think that in principal the holographic universe is right in the part that explains that at quantum level there is no gravity……I strongly believe that this idea is the reason why we cant combine general relativity with quantum mechanics…..

  38. The graphics do an excellent job in depicting very complicated and abstract ideas. Usually this channel's material is right on the cusp of being too confusing for me, but the graphics give my brain a bit of breathing room.

  39. The Holographic Milky Way Galaxy Explained:

    The only way our Galaxy can exist the way it does it is kept in existence from another dimension.

    The galaxy is a result of a massive software program with the Black Hole as its microprocessor.

    Every subatomic particle within the galaxy has its "string" quantum entangled to the singularity of the black hole.

    The black hole determines the position and property of every string (and atom) within the galaxy.

    This is how gravity works, it is actually a software program and thus can differ on large scales.

    The singularity of the black hole leads to a much higher dimension where it has instant access to every string (or atom). In this dimension distance and time does not exist.

    Data is transmitted from this dimension to the string internally (within) and projected out to become a string (or mini white hole) which determines the atom's property. This is how particles (such as electrons) are able to disappear and instantly reappear in another place. This is how quantum entanglement between two particles is possible. Einstein was right the two particles are not entangled to each other directly, impossible within our three dimensions, the particles are entangled to each other through the singularity.

    This is how the "measurement problem" is possible and is thus not a problem.

    This is how evolution on so many different levels is able to take place. From extreme complex individual cells to the specie as a whole system, and then also the integration of different species such as animal, flower and insect. This also explains how the sudden emergence of new species can occur through out our history.

    What we call dark matter and energy is this higher dimension where everything runs and keeps the galaxy in existence. Everything in nature is connected from small scale to large scale and extends much larger then our galaxy.

    The only way to unify classical physics and quantum physics together is by seeing them as two different software programs but running on the same system, in other words running through our black hole making the black hole natures ultimate Microprocessor as it can run more then one physics at a time.

    Another point to consider, when one splits an atom where does so much energy come from? It is actually coming from the black whole itself. The sun is drawing its energy from the black hole and is programmed to do this for billions of years.

    Nature is way more complex then anyone can imagine with its own microprocessors and extreme complex software programs.
    And every "string" being a holographic pixel.

  40. i never understand any shit on this channel, still like it though. I think it's soothing and often fall asleep by it.

  41. I'm sitting here with out a minute of experience in quantam mechanics but you explain it in such a way thats pretty easy to understand

  42. how dare him making fun of Roger Penrose. Just because he is more openminded. In the future people maybe laughing at him joking about penrose. Who is he to think he can know all things in universe. this is theories that making up for things we dont know. i Like this kind of science or shall we call it guesses…penrose have some evidence for things that sounds crazy. sure not all of them. but some. Maybe he didnt mocking him and i got it wrong. i dont know. in the future if we have a future for mankind. Im sure it is more crazy than he saying and i believe more with our minds. universe maybe have a big fucking mind. we dont know. yet…

  43. our mind create universe maybe..but maybe not all of it. universe can be e big fucking mind connected with our minds and maybe all things in universe is a mind. matter, space and other things. part of a bigger mind. like the cells in the body. science can be a bit to material. of course projection are not material in a way. I think we have to look in to our self to. our we hallucinate reality or is it coming to us like a tvcannnel or do we create it. Maybe minds must be there to universe shall function. you know the collapse of the wawe function…? 500years from now or more we may now. but we must combine sciences Different types of them. And philosophical too..

  44. Holographic Universe


    Thanks for sharing this very interesting information with me. It certainly makes sense to me. The Anthropic principle alone should be enough for skeptical scientists to understand that the laws of physics and mathematics are the laws of God's own Mind. Kevin Williams

    James Gates, Ph.D., a theoretical physicist at the Univ. of Maryland said: “If the simulation hypothesis is valid, then we open the door to eternal life and resurrection and things that formally have been discussed in the realm of religion.

    Our Creator created linear space-time which is essentially controlled electrical energy in the form of light that has existed eternally. Checkout on YouTube: A fractal universe.

    Time and space must exist before matter can be created, and only an animate entity can conceive of space-time; this prerequisite must be a stabilized and uniform condition before matter can form, thus, monotheism is a Truth. A stable space-time and the Universal Laws of Physics did not happen by chance.

    On Jan. 17, 2000 at 2 pm, while crossing a river bridge in Burswood (Australia) on my bicycle, I observed a velvet-textured beige pearl covering the sun. Within the entity, there were containers in the shape of elongated, seven-pointed Koch snowflake fractal crystals immersed in a white misty light traveling in a ten o'clock direction. I later deduced that the light flashes on the inner space of the crystals were of a binary language conversion pertaining to the senses of all mortals, that is, a holographic universe.

    Nicola Tesla believed that crystals were living entities ….writing: “In a crystal, we have clear evidence of the existence of a formative life principle, and though we cannot understand the life of a crystal, it is nonetheless a living being.”

    If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration" -Nikola Tesla.

    Scientists decided that to prove that reality was not, in fact, simply an illusion, they had to discover the “point particle”, and this would be accomplished with innovations like the Large Hadron Collider.

    By discovering the "Point Particle" scientist were able to prove that reality was, in fact, an illusion. Through the data, they received from The Hadron Collider (LHC) which was built to smash particles together then monitor the outcome. By doing this, scientists were able to make some incredible discoveries. According to research conducted through the particle accelerator, they could see that the physical world is not as physical as we think it to be. Reality is, in fact, an illusion. We are only surrounded by energy.

    Natalie Porter 16 April 2018 In Life, Metaphysics


    What Heaven looks like, which I witnessed in the sky above the banks of the Swan River, Perth, at dawn on 31 July, 1998.

    In the garden, flowers and grass were clearly visible, they pulsed in the surrounding low light, infused by an inner light. Their colours were magnificent but totally new to me with a spectrum much broader than that on Earth.

  45. It talks down to us saying "It maybe impossible to intuitively understand …" when that is what intuition is all about, understanding beyond common sense and logic. Here and there this video talks down to the audience. It is possible to intuitively understand anything. That's how all these quantum developments took place – through intuition first, and then applying logic and mathematics.

  46. Does the 0 produce the 1… ?
    Does the software produce the hardware?
    Does the infinite produce the limited?
    What did the world look like when we thought of it as a 2D plane?
    What will the world look like when we think of it as a 5D projection?
    Does consciousness produce matter & where does matter come from?
    How does a belief system or method produce organized space?

  47. I see the god d*mn Quantum Gravity fellas thumb downed the video. 500+ people. Seriously, who the fsck doesn't like this?!
    (edit: I said LIKE. I said absolutely NOTHING about understanding it, which if I could, I'm almost 100% certain I would like it EVEN MORE.)

  48. I LOVE the escape from "reality" tv 'stars', politicians on both sides who take us all (most, as the comments prove there IS intelligence out there) for fools, greedy businessmen, those who suppress free speech and even worse, free thought…..if this were a cult/religion w/Matt (the host) as the overlord, I TRULY believe I'd join. Till then, I donate so the "Matt's word('s)" can be spread near and far with our ignorant ass brother(s) (and sisters) in need….that he might rebuke ignorance and stupidity in the name of concrete, proveable, demonstrated physics, in the name of the Universe!!!!!! Can I get an (infinity symbol) brothas and sistas!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

  49. The Hologram is being displayed in The Processing System of The Real Self or LIFE.
    People don't realise just how EASY it is to see the Processing System of LIFE, plainly in their vision, as it exists between your real self (LIFE Not the human body) and what you believe or interpret as your universe.
    Sadly few on Earth ever asks how to see The Processing System of LIFE producing Your Holographic simulation.

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